• With: Rep. Steve Stockman

    STOCKMAN: He can't do that. That's against the Constitution.

    VAN SUSTEREN: OK, so then what...

    STOCKMAN: The Constitution is very clear...

    VAN SUSTEREN: All right. What exactly -- I'm trying to understand, what would be your first step, if he did that?

    STOCKMAN: Well, like I said, I think we outlined multiple avenues. It's -- it's defending the Constitution in any ways we can legally. And that process has many different avenues. And we're willing to take all those processes to defend the Constitution. I think it's the right thing to do.

    VAN SUSTEREN: And we is -- do you have any idea how many Republicans are with you on this?

    STOCKMAN: Well, I know you're going to be on my side, so that's two of us, I hope.

    VAN SUSTEREN: I don't know if I would be on your side. I don't have a -- I don't have a dog in this fight.

    STOCKMAN: Well, no, I'm saying that I think when I say "we," I think the American people in particular are frustrated watching this president step over the line again and again! And I think when I say "we" are people, many people like myself, who used to sit home watching him do this, are upset with the way it's going. And I think there's a lot of "we's" out there. I think there's going to be a lot of people that stand up and say, This has gone too far.

    VAN SUSTEREN: Well, I guess the question is whether it's the -- it's -- the "we's" are in Congress because the "we's" are in Congress would be the party that would...

    STOCKMAN: Well, we'll see. But I think he -- at the same time, we're asking the president to go through the process. If he thinks his bills are good, his law is good, then he should go through Congress, not just issue it. He's not a king!

    VAN SUSTEREN: Well, we'll find out tomorrow whether or not he's going to do executive orders or whether or not he may -- he may ultimately seek to work with Congress on it, so it's...

    STOCKMAN: And he's even using children! It reminds me of Saddam Hussein would use kids to...

    VAN SUSTEREN: Well, I think that's a little bit of a stretch. But anyway, Congressman, always nice to see you, sir.

    STOCKMAN: Thank you for having me.

    VAN SUSTEREN: Nice to see you.